tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC November 27, 2012 12:35am-1:35am PST
ooh-ooh ooh-ooh ooh-ooh ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: nice job, delta rae. thanks, you guys. nice work. thanks, guys. welcome back, welcome back. >> thank you. >> jay: i want to thank my guests, jim parsons, of course maggie elizabeth jones and delta rae. tomorrow night, julie bowen from modern family. but jimmy fallon is happening right now. jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are --
and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's too nice. that's too nice. welcome, everybody. thank you for being here tonight. awesome crowd. what i'm talking about. good new york city crowd. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. here's what people are talking about. apparently, after last week's debate, polls show obama trailing mitt romney by one point. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: yeah, one point. or as it's also known, the thing
obama failed to make during last week's debate. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] last night, president obama actually joked about his debate performance by saying that he can't perform flawlessly night after night. [ laughter ] some people are saying he stole that line from a viagra commercial. but either way, i see that he -- yeah. speaking of the election, you guys, the vice presidential debate is just three days away. both sides are busy getting ready. and republican candidate paul ryan said that he expects joe biden to come at him like a cannonball. biden was, like, "there's going to be a pool there?" [ laughter ] "i'm more of a belly flop guy, but i can -- cannonball?" [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: he's, like, "jackknife!" >> jimmy: what's the jackknife? >> steve: "belly flop!"
>> jimmy: you guys hear about this? this is a true, real story. during a concert last night in spain, lady gaga -- [ laughter ] reading it wrong? during a concert last night in spain, lady gaga threw up several times while she was on stage. justin bieber said, "hey, cool. she's covering one of my songs. i know that one." [ laughter ] "i just did that last --" [ retching ] hold my hair. >> steve: hold my hair. >> jimmy: that was a hootie & the blowfish song. hold my hair hold my hair the toilet bowl is full doritos now [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's right, lady gaga threw up on stage during a concert. so in fairness, she probably should have picked another time to watch the hulk hogan sex tape. [ laughter ] [ as hulk hogan ]
"can you hear me, brother?" [ laughter ] "this is going to be crazy, brother. hold my hair." ♪ i wanna love you >> jimmy: some celebrity news. kim kardashian said in a new interview, at her next wedding -- [ laughter ] i know. ♪ >> steve: it stops there. >> jimmy: she said that in her interview that her next wedding will be on a private island with no tv cameras. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: which raises a lot of questions. like, if a kardashian does something but there are no cameras, did it actually happen? [ laughter ] hate to get deep on you guys. [ applause ] and finally, last night, a woman on qvc fainted on the air but her co-host kept talking as if nothing had happened. [ laughter ]
yeah, one person was unconscious while the other just kept talking, kind of like last week's presidential debate. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we have a big show tonight. he's one of my favorite dudes out there. >> steve: favorite dude on this planet. >> jimmy: talented guy. nicest guy. oh, my gosh. good looking dude. >> steve: good looking. good looking -- [ cheers ] >> jimmy: steve higgins is here, you guys. there he is. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] no, no, no. he directed a cool new movie, and he stars in it as well. it's called "argo." it's the name of the movie. it's fascinating. can't wait to talk to him. ben affleck is here tonight, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] that guy's awesome. super great dude. the movie is great, too. cool movie. from the new abc show, "nashville," the very talented
connie britton is stopping by! >> steve: oh, my! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: gorgeous again. good looking people. >> steve: good looking crew. >> jimmy: good looking people all the way. plus, this guy is the best dog trainer in the world. such an interesting story. cesar millan is dropping by today. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: i've read his book. >> jimmy: you got everything? >> steve: i got everything. i read his book. the whole thing. >> jimmy: that guy is unbelievable, man. he's cool. >> steve: he's fantastic. >> jimmy: yeah, i was backstage. i was like, "hey, nice to meet you." he goes, "sit." [ laughter ] >> steve: i would -- >> jimmy: works on humans. the human -- he prodded you? >> steve: yeah. i prodded my -- it didn't work out well for me, but i thought it was humorous. >> jimmy: you shouldn't prod anyone. we have music from a great band, you guys. sun kil moon is on. >> steve: oh, come on! [ cheers and applause ] he's going to kill it tonight. he's a talented guy. guys, i love music. it's a huge part of my life. and i listen to everything. i listen to rock, rap, country, top 40, reggae. [ laughter ] you name it, i got it on my ipod. but one thing i try to keep off
my ipod is bad music. you know, songs and bands that are so awful, they make you want to jam a dull knife into your ear. [ light laughter ] so, as a service to you guys, i'm about to play some real songs from real bands that i think you should avoid in a new segment i call "my do not play list." here we go. ♪ do not play do not play do not play these songs ♪ ♪ songs >> jimmy: before we start, i want you all to know every artist and song that i'm about to play for you is 100% real. [ laughter ] these are actual bands and actual songs. you can download them on itunes or amazon or see if your local music store has them. they are real. all right. let's see what is on my "do not play list." this first one -- oh, it's great. let's take a look at the first album here. this is from a guy named michael henderson. [ laughter ] album's called "slingshot." and i wonder why he called it that. and then if you just --
there you go. [ laughter ] i think i can see what's going down. i think that was a fashion thing called the slingshot back in the day, man. that's his album cover. >> steve: apparently he dresses to the right. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] he -- all right, let's look at the back. maybe this will explain something there. here he's hanging out with a hot lady. she has a bunch of fish. >> steve: all right. >> jimmy: and he's wearing a different colored slingshot. [ laughter ] more of a cantaloupe sling shot there. >> steve: wait a second. what is -- oh, that's his spear. what's he holding? thought he was holding something. [ laughter ] i know one thing -- thought it was a prince albert. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a fishing spear. >> steve: it's a fishing spear. okay. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: my eyes aren't so good. >> jimmy: yeah, no, i understand. 20/20 vision. yeah, inside the thing, he's doing it again. >> steve: oh, good. >> jimmy: this guy just loves his slingshots. got a good look. he wants to flaunt it. i don't know what to say. so, look, just because the album cover is good -- [ laughter ] doesn't mean the song is good.
>> jimmy: what was he -- i didn't hear what he was saying. i don't know. i don't know. i don't know if that's -- ♪ slingshot >> jimmy: i didn't even get up to the part -- ♪ talking 'bout a slingshot ♪ >> jimmy: i got a copy -- i got a copy of the lyrics. first part we listened, he said, "uh, hey, uh, yeah." [ laughter ] >> steve: yep, got that. >> jimmy: i don't even know if he's saying words. and then the second part of the song -- i'll play it for you now. he says, "now, i'm a lifeguard and i don't even know how to swim. i like watching all the ladies before they get in." [ laughter ] ♪ now i'm the lifeguard and i don't even know how to swim ♪ ♪ yeah uh huh ♪ ♪ i like watching all the ladies before they get in yeah ♪ >> jimmy: that sounds like a creepy cartoon character. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's, like, weird. if he can't swim, then how did he become a lifeguard? that's what bothers me the most. song's not logical. >> steve: so he is a lifeguard. >> jimmy: that is correct. >> steve: but he doesn't like to swim? >> jimmy: yeah, 'cause if you're drowning you want this dude going -- [ imitating song ] ♪ i'm gonna give
you mouth to mouth ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: let's check out the next album here. this one's by someone who's been in the news the past few weeks. i like the dude. he's a good man. hulk hogan and the wrestling boot band. he had an album. i guess he put out an album called "hulk rules." it's a real album. clearly came out in the mid-'90s. there's hulk, hulking out on the american flag. let's check out the back here. what's "beach patrol?" let's listen to "beach patrol." ♪ ♪ i was walkin' down the beach lookin' for some action ♪ ♪ had radio set on the rap 'n' rock station ♪ ♪ saw a girl drowning a sticky situation ♪ ♪ she wanted me to give her mouth to mouth resuscitation ♪ ♪ we are the beach patrol
we want to party party party ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: it sounds like -- it sounds like rowlf from the muppets trying to rap. ♪ i was hanging with keit fozzy with some crazy [ bleep ] puppets ♪ >> jimmy: i don't know if you can say that. >> steve: didn't it sound like flu shot guy was singing backup? wait a second. you don't think sling shot guy -- >> jimmy: oh yeah, he's a lifeguard, so they can get together, man. >> steve: get together. >> jimmy: these dudes on beach patrol, man. >> steve: wait a minute. i got to say -- i got take off my sweater first. boom. "hey brother, you look at us. i was walking down the street. i couldn't understand --" ♪ ♪ that's the hulkster right there doing it up. all right, let's see what else we got here. this one's a strange one. it's called "music to eat oscar
mayer wieners by." [ laughter ] by oscar mayer. i'm so glad that this exist. >> steve: oh, my god. he's a wonderful pianist. oscar mayer. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if there's one -- oscar mayer is a pianist? [ laughter ] he plays piano? ♪ it says, "one thing that should exist in this world is music to eat wieners by." they really spared no expense when they designed this cover. [ laughter ] hey, what's missing, do you think? >> steve: hmm. what could it be? >> jimmy: you thing they'd might want to put an actual weiner on there, maybe? let's look on the back cover here. >> steve: they could have used the first guy's album. >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] here's the lyrics to "the wiener song" here. down here it says there's six different versions of "the wiener song." all right. i'm a fan of motown. let's listen to the motown version.
♪ ♪ oh i wish i were an oscar mayer wiener ♪ >> jimmy: that's pretty good, actually. ♪ oscar mayer oscar mayer ♪ ♪ that is what i'd truly like to be ♪ ♪ yeah yeah i wish i were an oscar mayer wiener ♪ >> jimmy: that's pretty good. >> steve: not bad. >> jimmy: that's some good wiener music right there. [ light laughter ] let's try the bossa nova. what is that one? ♪ oh i wish i were an oscar mayer wiener ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ that's what i'd truly like to be ♪ ♪ 'cause if i were an
oscar mayer wiener ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, hey! hey, hey! enough, enough, enough. hey, stop. enough, buddy. god. really liked that one. >> steve: oh, boy. >> jimmy: that one was not for me. let's check out our last album. this is by an accordion player. i love the accordion. this is "a taste of dick black." [ laughter ] >> steve: wait. wasn't that the name of the last album? >> jimmy: no, no, that was a different album. [ laughter ] you're thinking of -- you're thinking of "slingshot." ♪ >> jimmy: this is a different one. this is "a taste" -- this is accordion music. >> steve: oh, dick black. okay, i got it confused. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: totally understood.
everything's cool. you thought you were reading the phone book. [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah, exactly. sorry, my bad. >> jimmy: let's listen to one of these tracks. how about 15? "gay gordons." what's that one? >> steve: oh, boy. ♪ pretty good. ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey. hey, dude. chill out. hey, get him out of here. get him out of here. you guys, that's all the time we have for "do not play." if you have an album or a song you think we could use on our next "do not play list," we want to see it. we want to hear it. send your suggestions to our blog at email@example.com. we'll be right back with ben affleck. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ melons!!! oh yeah!! well that was uncalled for. folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico sure are happy.
welcome to our program. >> it's a nice place you got here. very lovely. >> jimmy: thank you, my friend. i appreciate you coming down. >> are they here every night, or -- >> jimmy: every single night. no, same crowd, every single night. [ cheers and applause ] that's why they're greatest. when you're here, you're family. it's like the olive garden. but you were a boston guy, but you come to new york -- it's an interesting story -- to audition. >> i did. i came down to audition here. >> jimmy: how old were you? >> i was 16 years old. >> jimmy: really? >> came down -- matt damon and i would come down together. he was, like, 17. even when i was 15 -- we would take -- 'cause you could take the planes. at the time, they were really cheap. one of them was trump air. had the big hair on the front. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's right. donald trump had his own airline. >> donald had his own -- yeah, yeah. there's peoples express, and eastern -- there were a bunch of like, really even cheaper than a greyhound $25 or less. so we would fly in for, like, the weekend. my grandfather had a place. like a one kind of room place. we would both sleep on the floor. and my parents didn't know that, like, in boston, they were pretty tough on the liquor laws.
here, any korean grocer of any kind would sell an 11-year-old a case of beer. [ laughter ] and so the whole point of coming up here wasn't so much the audition as it was the three-day blackout. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you went on a bender over here in new york. >> couldn't remember "the mickey mouse club" audition result. >> jimmy: well, yeah. it ended up working out for you guys. but i've got to say, "argo," this thing is fantastic. congratulations on this, man. this is a good movie. [ cheers and applause ] another one -- "the town." you're hitting homers, buddy. >> thank you very much. this friday. >> jimmy: it's got a great cast. i've got to say, the cast is great. john goodman, alan arkin, bryan cranston from "breaking bad," killer in this movie. >> yeah, i had amazing people. >> jimmy: is it rory -- is it cochran? >> rory cochran. >> jimmy: i loved him, from "dazed and confused." >> yeah, he's in "dazed and confused." yeah he's amazing. >> jimmy: but it's a great cast. and you, where'd -- you actually shot in the middle east? >> we shot -- well, what we did was that some of the parts of the middle, middle, middle, middle east were a little bit much for us. >> jimmy: too much. >> so we went to the -- [ mumbling ] which was turkey. [ light laughter ] and it was very, like, you know, friendly and cool. and part of -- and people were
really nice. and it was just like -- it was wonderful, actually. they had this incredible -- you could take a bridge from asia to europe. you know what i mean? and one of the guys i was with literally thought that when you went over the bridge, it was, like, chinatown. i'm like, "no, dude. that's not how it works." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, not how that works. >> but anyway, so we were shooting there and i thought, well, we're next to iran. and i really needed, for the sake of realism, these farsi speaking iranians. and we went there and we couldn't get -- like, literally, the casting director was like, "ben, i cannot find one person for you." i was like, not one person? no, they couldn't speak farsi. he said, well, they're afraid of reprisals in their country in iran if they're in an american movie, and so on. and, so, we were kind of despondent. we went back to l.a. we'd been scouting, going back and forth. and then it turned out that there are about half a million persians in los angeles. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: d'oh! of course! >> not only that, but like, they're all actors, as it turns out. and they're also all directors. [ speaking with persian accent ] "no, no, it would not be like that. it's not green."
so, i have, like, thousands of persians -- >> jimmy: "let me get behind the camera. let me get behind the camera. and rolling, and action. here we go. ben, get in there." >> but it was great, 'cause they spoke persian. they were amazing as actors, and it really, really worked out on just a stroke of luck. and then they call, apparently, los angeles "tehrangeles." >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, had i known that, i wouldn't have gone to "turkeygeles." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you are also in the movie as an actor. and i think that must be tough to direct yourself. how do you direct yourself acting? >> you know, i've never said this before. i hope that we're in polite company, but it's a little bit like masturbation. i mean, you kind of know what you want. you know what i mean? [ laughter ] you know where you're going. you kinda know what the -- it's intuitive. you know what i mean? [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] >> jimmy: okay. very good. good answer. [ applause ] kind of odd. and then you have to grow out your hair for this. now, here's what we -- here's where -- >> this was bad. >> jimmy: well, i didn't know that you were doing a period piece. i didn't know what you were doing.
i just see a photo of you and i go, "affleck's gone bieber on me." [ laughter ] what is going on with this? this is just you shopping. it's, like a paparazzi photo. >> me just, going, yeah, about my business. i see someone taking my picture, and that's the look of somebody who says, "jimmy's gonna see this and say i'm going bieber." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i had to. i mean, but this is just -- no, this -- >> well, when i was on my way to my very hip, kind of barry gibbs '70s look that i had for the movie, and i got like halfway there, and all the newspapers started saying, "he's copying -- you know, he's gone bieber. he's taking justin bieber's hairdo." >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. but they'd have no idea what the movie's about or anything. >> no, or anything, nor did they have any idea that by that time, bieber had gone, like, stray cat. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: he did. he did go doo wop. yeah, he did go stray cats. kind of like a -- [ laughter ] i tried it once. doesn't go. doesn't work. we should have hung out. we should have went to a bar. like, "hey, what's up guys? you guys want to hang?" >> that's the monkees. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: one direction, you guys! that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers ] but "argo" -- so anyways, i go to see this
movie. and it's based on a true story. >> it is. based on a true story. >> jimmy: do you want to tell everyone what it's about? >> yeah, basically, it's based on a true story. i read the script. it was incredible. it's basically about how -- in 1979 the iranian -- the u.s. embassy in iran was overtaken. of course, everyone remembers that 50 hostages were taken, but six people actually got out and were hiding out with the canadians. and called back to the states. so they couldn't figure out how to get them out. so the cia ex-filtration officer, who i play, consulted with this hollywood oscar-winning makeup artist that he knew, and they came up with this idea to get them out by pretending to be a film crew for like, a cheap, you know, "star wars" knock off b-movie, sci-fi desert picture. [ laughter ] and it's like -- when i read it, it was amazing because it was a genuine thriller. like, my heart was pounding reading it. and it was really funny, and it was this cool cia story. i thought, if i could get it all done right, i could have something, you know, really special. and it's my favorite thing i've ever done. it's really amazing. have to go see it. i know it looks a little bit like, "huh, what? cia?" >> jimmy: you hit a home run.
you laugh in it. it's serious. it's moving. it's so good. it's so well done. i think the clip we're gonna show is you talking to these hostages saying, "hey, you have new identities." >> he's telling them, like, they have to be, you know, really religious, and stick to memorizing their identities, otherwise they could get caught and we could all get killed. >> jimmy: there you go. here's "argo." >> where was your passport issued? >> vancouver. >> where were you born? >> toronto. >> toronto. canadians don't pronounce the "t." >> some komate guard is actually gonna know that? >> if you're detained for questioning, they will bring in someone who knows that, yes. mary, who were the last three prime ministers for canada? >> trudeau, pearson and diefenbaker. >> what's your father's name? >> howard. >> what's his occupation? >> fisherman. >> where were you born? >> halifax, nova scotia. >> what's your date of birth? >> february 21, 1952. >> good, what's your job on the movie? >> producer. >> associate producer. what was the last movie you produced? >> "high and dry." >> who paid for that? >> the cfdc. >> what's your middle name? what's your middle name? what's your middle name?
>> leon? >> shoot him. he's an american spy. look, they're gonna try to break you, okay? they're trying to get you agitated. you have to know your resume back to front. >> you really believe your little story's gonna make a difference when there's a gun to our head? >> i think my story's the only thing between you and a gun to your head. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. see? congratulations, buddy. >> thank you, my friend. thank you very much. >> jimmy: hit a home run with this one. ben affleck. "argo" is in theaters on friday. go check it out. connie britton joins us next, everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] it's that time of year again. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you really don't want to pay more than you have to. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and if it finds one, you get refunded the difference. just use your citi card and register your purchase online. have a super sparkly day! ok.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest from her emmy-nominated roles on "friday night lights" and "american horror story." she currently stars in the new abc show, "nashville," which premieres wednesday night at 10:00 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome connie britton! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: connie britton, you look gorgeous as always. >> you look gorgeous as always. >> jimmy: nice to see you. last time -- every time i see you, you're just always dolled up. >> i know. >> jimmy: just here or at the emmys. >> i know. it's true. >> jimmy: you looked gorgeous at the emmys as well. >> we need to get casual. >> jimmy: we need to just get cas together. >> i know, but i do love seeing you at the emmys. >> jimmy: it's fun, right? >> yeah, the year that you hosted, and kyle chandler and i sat in the front row. >> jimmy: yeah, i just talked to you between commercial breaks. >> i know, you were like, "hey, guys, what's up?" and i was like, "he's making me calm. calm." >> jimmy: oh, please. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it was a big night.
it was fun stuff. now you have -- so you went from "friday night lights" to "american horror story." >> yeah. >> jimmy: which, two totally different characters. >> slightly, yeah. >> jimmy: you think so? >> i think slightly. i went from being a coach's wife to having sex with dudes in rubber suits. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. and giving birth to the anti-christ. >> the anti-christ. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] that's two totally different things. but you never knew where "friday night lights" was going to turn. >> you know what? i didn't know. you know what? frankly, i was a little disappointed it didn't go that way. >> jimmy: so was america. we really were bummed out. >> yeah, so, when ryan murphy came along. >> jimmy: but you killed it on "american horror story." gosh, it was just unreal. >> it was great. you know what? i'm the biggest scaredy cat in the world. i couldn't -- >> jimmy: me, too. >> you are? >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, i watched your show and i was, like -- >> you did? >> jimmy: it was freaky, man. >> see, i couldn't watch it. >> jimmy: it was scary. >> no, i did. >> jimmy: 'cause the dude in the rubber suit came in and you thought it was your husband. >> i know. >> jimmy: and you had sex with this dude, a ghost, in a rubber suit. >> i know, and then i -- >> jimmy: right now i have nightmares. >> and then i gave birth to the anti-christ. >> jimmy: well, that, i didn't care about giving birth. i thought it was cute. the anti-christ. >> it was --
>> jimmy: still a baby. a baby's a baby, i mean, really. >> babies are so cute. >> jimmy: they're so cute, you guys. >> even the anti-christ is adorable as a baby. >> jimmy: so, now, you have this new show, which i'm psyched up about because i love this place. >> "nashville." >> jimmy: "nashville." >> i know. >> jimmy: nashville, tennessee. [ cheers and applause ] >> you're a nashville kind of a guy. >> jimmy: i love nashville. >> yeah, you are. >> jimmy: i really do. i've partied there. i've had great times in nashville. >> i know. you are like -- you're a music guy. >> jimmy: i'm a stand-up guy. i do. are you a country music person? >> i am. i'm a little bit more now than i was when i started. >> jimmy: yeah. doesn't take long to learn. >> no, no. >> jimmy: you can catch on quick. >> well, you know, i -- now i love it. and i'm working with t-bone burnett. he's doing the music on our show. do you guys know -- >> jimmy: is he really? he's brilliant. >> yes, yeah. i know. he's really amazing. >> jimmy: oh, he could school you in two seconds. >> yeah, so he's been schooling me. >> jimmy: but tell everyone, what is "nashville" -- what is it about? you are a legendary country singer. >> i'm a legendary country singer. and, you know, but i suddenly hit -- i suddenly hit a little bit of a rocky point. the show is really about the way the music business has changed,
which is kind of -- i mean, we all know because everybody's buying music in a different way now. like, record stores don't even exist anymore. >> jimmy: the records don't even exist anymore. >> for people under 20, there used to be things called records. and there used to be things called record stores. >> jimmy: flip side. yeah, yeah. >> flip them over and you go to a store to buy them. now you just buy everything online. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so anyway, it's just -- and then hayden panettiere plays the young pop version of the country star. and it's fun. >> jimmy: is she nice, or is she nasty? >> her character is nasty. hayden is nice. >> jimmy: like a mean -- oh, hayden in real life is nice. but does she play, like, a mean carrie underwood? like, a mean taylor swift? >> i am not commenting on that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but that's kind of what she's doing. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: she's, like, being, like, a mean version of them. and you're kind of like the -- >> jimmy: are you basing your character on anybody? >> no. it's not based on any one person but, you know. >> jimmy: faith hill? or reba? >> there's a lot -- >> jimmy: dolly? [ laughter ] patsy cline?
>> nope. >> jimmy: nope, none of these people. mixture. mixtured up. >> it's a mixture of -- >> jimmy: i love that. yeah. get on in there. i love it. i want to show everyone a clip of the show, "nashville." it's on wednesdays at 10:00. here's connie britton in "nashville." >> i want you to meet juliette barnes. she's a big fan of yours. >> hey. >> mr. white, it is such an honor for me to get a chance to sing for you today. >> you wouldn't say that if you knew me better. have you met rayna? >> i know you. you're burning us up out there, girl. >> oh, thank you. >> my mama was one of your biggest fans. she said she listened to you when i was still in her belly. >> well, bless your little heart. that is a charming story. you probably got to go on soon. i'm sure you're going to want make sure you got those girls packed in there real good. >> hey, listen. we got to run. great meeting you. thanks. take care. great show. >> what the hell was that? >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] "nashville" series premiere airs wednesday night, 10:00 p.m. on abc.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest this evening is regarded as the best dog trainer on the planet. he's got a new series called "leader of the pack" starting in january, as well as a nat geo wild special called "cesar millan: the real story," airing at 9:00 p.m. sunday, november 25th. please welcome to our show cesar millan! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: cesar! cesar, you are beloved. whenever people knew that you were coming on, people went bonkers. on twitter, they're all like, "i want to bring my dog. i got to show -- i've got to ask some questions." like, they love you. you're a legend. >> they do, they do, they do. i mean, they love what i can do for their dogs, you know. definitely, yeah. >> jimmy: but what a great story, because that's why you're doing this special.
"cesar millan: the real story." i did not know this about you. it's tricky how you got over here. and how you guys came -- >> well, a lot of it, i was kidding. we jumped the border, we ran really fast and -- [ laughter ] we do an obstacle course. we invented obstacle courses, by the way. the tunnel, the a-frame. >> jimmy: it's not that easy. yeah, you guys tunnel, you climb -- yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yeah, took me two weeks, actually, to cross the border. >> jimmy: now, what happened? tell people this story. >> well, first of all, you know, i was 13 years old when i told my mom i want to be the best dog trainer in the world, and she just turned around said, "you can do whatever you want." >> jimmy: so, you wanted to be the best dog trainer in the world? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's not the thing that kids really just think of. >> especially in mexico. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: in mexico, no, yeah. no, yeah. no. >> no, you don't aim for that, right? but it's something that -- something inside of me that say that, and i'm glad my mom -- >> jimmy: well, gosh, you did it. you did it, buddy. i mean, you are. you're a success story. [ cheers and applause ] gotta feel good. >> i do feel good. i do feel good. i do feel good, definitely. >> jimmy: now, i hear you have a new story, a new show as well. "the leader of the pack." >> "leader of the pack."
you know, "dog whisperer" helped me to, you know, help relationships, you know, but this one is gonna really help me to save lives. in america, 4 to 5 million dogs die every year. around the world, 600 million. so, that's why i felt the need and my responsibility to do a show that is about rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming dogs. >> jimmy: now, this is on nat geo wild. >> that's a nat geo wild show. >> jimmy: i actually wanted -- i just got a puppy, me and my wife. >> i heard, man. congratulations. >> jimmy: thank you. her name is gary. can i just introduce you to her? >> of course. we all want to meet gary. >> jimmy: yeah, where is she? >> i know, huh? [ audience aws ] oh, through the window. >> jimmy: thank you. this is my dog, gary. gary -- i love gary. gary, look, you're on tv. [ audience aws ] gary, sit. there you go. [ laughter ] >> there you go. >> jimmy: this is gary. she's a golden retriever. and she's really, really cute. i do love her so much. but i'm raising her in new york city. and i was just wondering, do you have any advice if you're raising a dog in the city?
>> well, one of the most important things when you raise a dog, no matter where you raise, is to really eliminate that excess amount of excitement, which a lot of people do. [ laughter ] and so -- for example, a lot of people wake up in the morning and they go, "hi, gary, aah!" so they you know, "how you doing, baby? come on, let's go pee pee. come on. let's go." then the dog goes -- [ imitates dog panting ] >> jimmy: are you doing an impression of me there? >> no. [ laughter ] i'm doing impression of the world. that's pretty much how the world wakes up with a dog. >> jimmy: yeah, you get all excited, yeah. you say no? >> the best thing you can do with nature, with mother nature, is really to practice silence. right? silence is very powerful. it's the best communicator with animals. excitement or sound only creates an excited state of mind. for the dog -- you know, a lot of dogs -- >> jimmy: i've seen ricky martin do that dance. [ laughter ] yeah, yeah, yeah. >> so that's very important. then understand the nose, eyes, ears is the way they learn. nose, eyes, ears. 60% of the brain is controlled by the nose. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. 60% of the brain. most people, what they do is,
"you want a bone? you want this? you want that?" so always introduce the idea through sound and sight. we humans are sight and sound, right?. >> jimmy: yeah. >> dogs are nose, eyes, ears. and so, when you introduce that idea, you maintain the stability. >> jimmy: wanna just hold her? >> yeah, why not? [ light laughter ] >> come on, gary. come to the dog whisperer. >> jimmy: yeah, there you go. see? yeah, there's gary. look, already, she's calmed down. you tranquilized her. this is like -- [ laughter ] gary, you okay? she was hopping all over the place. now she's calm. look at this. [ laughter ] this is like a taxidermy. she's not moving at all! what happened to her? gary! all right, no, don't. down, down. >> when you hold a dog, never hold a dog this way. >> jimmy: but i love her. >> no, no, no. no, no, no, i understand, but there are certain things that allow the dog -- >> jimmy: like this? >> well, it relaxes. you know, it actually triggers relaxation. this actually triggers a lot of wiggle.
>> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm gonna hug my wife when i get home. "hi, honey!" >> it relaxes her. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so relaxing. she'll be, like, what's going on? >> very important. and also, you know, provide that calm energy. what i always teach people is how to be calm. people in america don't have a problem being assertive, but they have a problem as being calm. yeah, that's -- so the dog becomes what the environment is. for example, if a dog is raised with "jersey shore," for example, he gets that energy. it becomes that energy. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. but if she's raised with calm, she's gonna be calm. >> yeah, and that's what everybody wants, but not everybody remembers to practice calmness. everybody practice excitement, you know? and then when they go for a walk, the dog is in front. so that's why i'm always trying to help residents of the united states do not walk a dog in front. the president of the united states is following a dog. that's not a good thing. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: dogs should be following the president of the united states. that is true. yeah, you're right. yeah. >> everybody does. except the dog. >> jimmy: i think it's brilliant. i got to tell you, everybody, if you go to cesarsway.com, you've got so many good things you can learn. and if you have a dog, or have somebody that need tips, or anything, this guy knows what's up. cesar millan, everybody. do not miss his special, sunday, november 25th on nat geo wild. sun kil moon performs after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ who thinks two is better than one? so all of you do. yes, for sure. now what's better? being able to shoot two lasers out of both of your eyes at the same time or just one laser out of one eye? [ all kids ] two! [ moderator ] okay, why? if it's just one beam -- okay, it does a little bit of damage. two beams -- it will make something explode! and that's more fun? yeah! and it's more powerful you're saying? yeah! [ male announcer ] it's not complicated.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest previously led the influential band red house painters. tonight, he's making his tv debut with his latest project. performing a song from his new album, "among the leaves," with a little help from the roots, please welcome mark kozelek of sun kil moon. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ ♪ your simple song small creations always needing validation ♪ ♪ your pouty face your great photos without them baby who would notice ♪ ♪ we met once we were loners backstage in dallas got your phone number ♪ ♪ what a good kisser i left for tampa and i missed her ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ but on stage you weren't strong i don't recall many songs ♪ ♪ but when you sang you hit the notes i'll give you that you didn't choke ♪ ♪ and you looked so good
like an actress from hollywood ♪ ♪ and your eyes they glistened but no one listened ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ and one day you're gonna be 40 and trust me babe it ain't sporty ♪ ♪ you'll be pleased to be reviewed because there's always something new ♪ ♪ someone hot press friendly you'll be searching are there any ♪ ♪ you travelled hard around the globe but does anyone know ♪ ♪ the moderately talented old woman or the dreams that she once had ♪
♪ you're a dream a burning star the way you sing and play guitar ♪ ♪ the way your words cut through you put a spell on the groom ♪ ♪ but your eyes are far and in your heart many scars ♪ ♪ lost friends ex lovers ailing dads dying mothers ♪ ♪ i could only love you like a friend dark soldier ♪ ♪ because i got someone else and you're older i didn't mean to go along but god i love your songs ♪ ♪ what a night what a moment but don't read it wrong ♪ ♪ ♪ moderately talented young woman exceptionally talented old man ♪
♪ moderately talented young woman exceptionally talented old man ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there he goes. sun kil moon! come on! mark kozelek. check out the album, "among the leaves." visit latenightwithjimmyfallon.com for an exclusive bonus performance. we'll be right back, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ lots of prepaid cards
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